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Tuesday, 10 July 2012
A Murder in Harlem by G.Miki Hayden
The wife immediately suspects her husband and the co-wife as neither of them were home. They are interviewed by the police and the wife protects the husband and co-wife by informing them they do not speak English.
The storyline develops and the wife manages to cobble together an alibi for the family.
The story was good as a short story and I felt that it could have been developed further, although I have established that this is part of a collection of short stories involving the central characters. I would probably read the rest of the series, but can not say that I would go out of way to do so!